Need help selecting undergraduate program. (medical)?

So I'm a grade 12 student taking the highest level calculus, math, physics, biology, English, French, and chemistry. I want to go to med school eventually. For my undergrad program, should I pick bachelor of health science (students.sfu.ca/calendar/health_sciences/hsci_BSc_maj.html) and start off with its courses? Or start off with 'Science Year One.' (www.surrey.sfu.ca/science/syr1/overview) I'm studying in Canada btw..

Any help is appreciated, thanks in advance

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  • funnuf
    Lv 6
    9 years ago
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    It doesn't matter what you get your bachelors degree in as long as you do take all the required pre requisite classes for medical school.

    Source(s): Me. I'm in college and a lot of my friends are pre-med (a large % of my college is) & I'm pre pharmacy.
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